2009 Magazine Feature Writing Winners

Announcing the Magazine Feature Writing winners of the 78th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition
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Announcing the Magazine Feature Writing winners of the 78th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition

Magazine Feature Writing Winners

Winner:
ReneeRoberson
HuntersvilleNC

  1. SuzanneJohnson
    AuburnAL
  2. LanceWills
    North CharlestonSC
  3. JanSherbin
  4. AnnaB.Billingsley
    FredericksburgVA
  5. VockiSoulé
  6. BrianTrent
    ProspectCT
  7. RuthTick
    VeniceFL
  8. PaigeStringer
  9. RichardMuti
    RamseyNJ
  10. JohnMoir
    Santa CruzCA
  11. GailKoger
    GlendaleAZ
  12. WandaHennig
    OaklandCA
  13. SherrieDulworth
    Mt. KiscoNY
  14. NancyHoag
    BozemanMT
  15. ChristaGala
    ApexNC
  16. CynthiaLewis
    DavidsonNC
  17. LisaTarrants
    CamdenNC
  18. CharlesGreen
    AnnapolisMD
  19. PaulaSurrey
    AuburnME
  20. AmySouza
    ArlingtonVA
  21. SuzanneJohnson
    AuburnAL
  22. AnnHyman
    BURBANKCA
  23. RussellW.Eastlack
    St. GeorgeUT
  24. KimA.OConnell
    ArlingtonVA
  25. JeanetteA.Fratto
    Laguna NiguelCA
  26. AneetaBrown
    WashingtonMO
  27. PaulaSurrey
    AuburnME
  28. RogerWhite
    AustinTX
  29. BillJ.Harrison
    MesaAZ
  30. RussellW.Eastlack
    St. GeorgeUT
  31. ChristyHeitger
    BloomingtonIN
  32. Mark E.Daugherty
    StauntonVA
  33. CalvinSun
    PaoliPA
  34. RussellW.Eastlack
    St. GeorgeUT
  35. VictorEnglebert
    AllentownPA
  36. DanTomasulo
    Sea GirtNJ
  37. RichardHicks
    Cardiff By The SeaCA
  38. RobinHastings
    Jefferson CityMO
  39. SherrieBourg Carter
    Fort LauderdaleFL
  40. JaneBaskin
    TijerasNM
  41. PaschalYoung
    East BoothbayME
  42. PaulaSurrey
    AuburnME
  43. SarahStover
    Huachuca CityAZ
  44. TrishScozzari
    ButteMT
  45. CalvinSun
    PaoliPA
  46. DarleneKapur
    RosevilleCA
  47. SusanK.Maciak
    JenisonMI
  48. ChristyHeitger
    BloomingtonIN
  49. DennisG.Sellers
    BloomingtonIN
  50. AngelaCannon
    PrattsburghNY
  51. KayDaly
    ChicagoIL
  52. PaulVachon
    Huntington WoodsMI
  53. EvaDitler
    CoronadoCA
  54. CathyCassinos-Carr
    SacramentoCA
  55. MonicaArleneGold
    MassapequaNY
  56. SylviaForbes
    FayetteMO
  57. MichelleSmith, MD
    MontereyCA
  58. MaryOwen
    SalemOR
  59. AndyAligne
    RochesterNY
  60. KarenHutto
    DaculaGA
  61. SarahAspOlson
    StatesboroGA
  62. MaryAnnDeSantis
    Lady LakeFL
  63. BeckyAaronson
    Santa BarbaraCA
  64. BrentGreen
    DenverCO
  65. KarenHutto
    DaculaGA
  66. RobinCliffordWood
    HampdenME
  67. JenniferDella'Zanna
    ColumbiaMD
  68. JeannetteMonahan
    GlendaleAZ
  69. AllanC.Stover
    The VillagesFL
  70. MaryAnnDeSantis
    Lady LakeFL
  71. RichardMuti
    RamseyNJ
  72. RitaConnelly
    TucsonAZ
  73. BarbaraNealVarma
    Lake ForestCA
  74. ChristyHeitger
    BloomingtonIN
  75. KarenFiordaliso
    BlackwoodNJ
  76. CathyCassinos-Carr
    SacramentoCA
  77. DayleAllenShockley
    SpringTX
  78. VictorEnglebert
    AllentownPA
  79. MaryAnnDeSantis
    Lady LakeFL
  80. DanTomasulo
    Sea GirtNJ
  81. CharlesGreen
    AnnapolisMD
  82. Robert Decker
    Moreno ValleyCA
  83. BeckyAaronson
    Santa BarbaraCA
  84. BrynaKranzler
    La JollaCA
  85. MelissaCrytzerFry
    MammothAZ
  86. NancyMarano
    AlbuquerqueNM
  87. PatStockettJohnston
    Temple CityCA
  88. FranB.Reed
    Hilton Head SC
  89. MaggieOwnbey
    BurbankCA
  90. SylviaForbes
    FayetteMO
  91. GeriHoekzema
    VancouverWA
  92. CalvinSun
    PaoliPA
  93. TrishScozzari
    ButteMT
  94. MelissaCrytzerFry
    MammothAZ
  95. NicBrown
    LexingtonKY
  96. DianeLebow
    San FranciscoCA
  97. PamWindsor
    LouisvilleKY
  98. AliceL.Geroge
    PhiladelphiaPA
  99. NancyChurchill
    PrincetonIL


Click below to see the top 100 winners in each category:

Grand-Prize Winner
Children's/YA Fiction
Feature Article
Genre Short Story
Inspirational
Mainstream Fiction
Nonrhyming Poetry
Memoir/Personal Essay
Rhyming Poetry
Stageplay
Screenplay

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